Pollution prevention resource finder

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Looking for practical pollution prevention tips, tools, and guidance? You have come to the right place. The Pollution prevention resource finder (P2 Finder) is Canada's one-stop database of online pollution prevention resources. We scour the internet for resources so you don't have to. The P2 Finder connects you to hundreds of online resources that can help you protect the environment.

How to use the P2 Finder

You can either search by category or perform a keyword search on all resources in the P2 Finder. Select one of the two options to begin searching for pollution prevention resources.

Option 1: Select from the following audience categories

You will be taken to a results page where you will be able to search for category-specific resources and further filter your results.

Individuals

What you can do on your own as a(n):

  • employee or volunteer
  • homeowner or renter
  • traveller
  • youth or educator

Organizations and groups

What you can do together as a:

  • business (including non-profit organizations)
  • community group
  • government
  • health care facility

Option 2: Search through all our resources

You will be taken to a result page where you will be able to search through all of our resources, regardless of category, and then further filter your results.

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Disclaimer

The P2 Finder is a free service, provided on an "as it was received" basis and is intended for general information purposes only. Some of the information and services found on this website have been provided by external sources. Environment and Climate Change Canada is not responsible for the accuracy, reliability, or currency of the information provided by external sources. Users wishing to rely upon this information or services should consult directly with the appropriate source.

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